Where can you go to find quite a lot of humanity’s collective wisdom, plus a whole lot of wonderful entertainment, at your fingertips for a very reasonable price? And where there are friendly, knowledgeable people eager to help you find what you’re looking for?
Golfers in the Upper Valley never need much of an excuse to spend time on the greens. The slightest hint of warm weather brings them out in droves in early spring, and they stay out there driving, chipping, and putting until their fingers freeze in late October or early November.
Not that there’s anything wrong with spending your entire winter sitting as close to the fire as you can, reading books, or binge-watching your favorite shows. But if, at some point this winter, you decide you would like to take a different tack to surviving this longest of New England seasons, you’re in luck.
The old year is over, the new one has just begun. That means we’re all making resolutions to eat less and exercise more.
For many of us, summer in the Upper Valley is epitomized by an evening spent sipping $3 margaritas on the back patio of Molly’s in Hanover, New Hampshire. But now that the snow is piling up and patios all over the area are closed for the season, what special libations in warm, cozy places can we turn to during the winter?
The holidays are upon us. As we count our blessings and spread good cheer among family, friends, and co-workers, we may also ask ourselves how we can extend the spirit of the season to others in our community.
Whoa! Loosen your belts, folks. We decided to explore places in the Upper Valley where you can stop in for a sweet treat now and again, and the results were delightfully overwhelming.
In this era of Airbnb and VRBO, the prospect of owning a second home that you rent out for at least part of the year seems more doable than ever.
It’s that time of year, folks. The early heat wave made you feel as if summer would never end, but even now, you notice the days are getting shorter and the nights are getting cooler.